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Jason Albert

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Also known as Giant Bernard, Bernardo, Gigante Bernard, A-Train, Train, Prince Albert, Albert, Baldo Train, Baldo, Mongolian, Lord Tensai, Tensai, Matt Bloom

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# Manager Gimmick Promotion(s) Years
1 Sakamoto Lord Tensai WWE 2012-2013
2 Trish Stratus Albert WWF 2000
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wwefan534 wrote on 31.08.2015:
[3.0] "Whether you call him Prince Albert, Albert, A-Train or Tensai he was a lower end mid-card wrestler. None of his gimmicks ever really took off. The Tensai thing was decent but WWE handled it badly and soon he was on the bottom again."
Preston Ward Condra wrote on 06.07.2015:
[3.0] "A 300 pound lotus that couldn't really do anything in his 15+ year run in the WWE. He was overlooked by Trish in his T&A days back in 2000. Became a back-up dancer for Scotty 2 Hotty in 2002 that is barely worth noting, getting another run as "Tensai" in 2012 before falling off in the mat to now sitting at the commentary table in 2015. Only worth noting for being one of the few "big men" WWE had that Vince never felt like pushing."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 10.04.2015:
[7.0] "Though "Albert" was more of a sideshow than champion during his time with the WWE, he found a great deal of success in Japan as a tag-team specialist; winning both the IWGP (New Japan) and GHC (NOAH) Tag Team Titles. Now has an amazing opportunity to establish himself as a builder now that he's set to assume a prominent training role in WWE-NXT."
BlackThought88 wrote on 18.12.2014:
[7.0] "I felt he deserved more in the WWE and he definitely should have been IWGP World champ but for what he accomplished combine with his skill set I think he deserves a solid 7. He wasn't considered the modern Vader in Japan for nothing."
Phenomenal91 wrote on 20.08.2014:
[7.0] "How many different careers can one man have? From his pro football days to his days as a teacher for the hearing impaired to his long, illustrious career as a pro wrestler, this man has had quite a life! Let's talk about his wrestling: he was very agile and athletic for a man of his size. You wouldn't expect him to have long, satisfying matches against Japanese legends and legends-to-be, but he did. It's just unfortunate that, as great as he was in Japan, he never seemed to achieve the same respect and recognition in the WWE. Everybody's completely forgotten his 2 week Intercontinental title reign. He was largely used as comic relief after that. He was reborn as A-Train thanks to Paul Heyman and tried to work his way back up the card, to no success. Then after an incredible run in Japan, he returns to the WWE as one of the most ill-conceived, embarrassing, almost offensive characters of the past 10 years. Tensai was pushed to the main event with a lower-to-mid-carder's gimmick, before suffering a dramatic fall to comic relief character once again. With his wrestling career essentially over (couldn't go back to Japan after offending their people with his heel remarks), Tensai began yet another new phase in his career: that of Jason Albert, commentator and trainer for NXT. I'm a bit sad that he's retired-despite Tensai, I still felt like he had more to offer in the ring-but I look forward to seeing what he accomplishes in his new career(s)."
L3NA wrote on 24.05.2014:
[6.0] "A definite better fit on the commentary booth. Could probably develop faster in that category, interested in seeing his future improvement."

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Average Rating: 6.37
Average in 2015: 6.35
Average in 2014: 6.45
Average in 2013: 5.78
Average in 2012: 5.50
Average in 2011: 6.67
Average in 2010: 7.30
Average in 2009: 6.73
Average in 2008: 6.28
Average in 2007: 6.55

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